If you were physically present in the US for at least 5 years prior to your daughter's birth, 2 after your 14th birthday, your daughter acquired US citizenship at birth. If not you will have to move to the US in order to naturalize her.
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Yes, you need to have lived in the US for 10 years, 5 of which were after you were 14 and all of which must have happened before she was born.
If those facts apply to your case ... then she is a US Citizen.
If not, and if you, your wife and your child are not in the US, you can sponsor them to come to the US and she will immediately become a US citizen the second her residence is approved ... which will be the day that her foot first touches US soil.
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Follow the link below to see if she is a citizen, if not you need to petition for her immigration status and relocate to the USA for her to become a citizen,
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